Tricia Halley cops $130,000 from Pick 4
Phillipsburg, St Maarten - June 15, 2017: When numbers are revealed to persons in dreams, Tricia Halley, a recent winner of $130,000 in Caribbean Lottery’s Pick 4 game, believes, persons should act immediately by purchasing them in lottery games.
The 21-year-old winner purchased Pick 4 tickets at Island Seafood and Texaco Welfare Road with the numbers 9107 for Monday, June 12th draw. She shared that, were it not for her acting on numbers revealed to her, she would not have been $130,000 wealthier today.
An ecstatic Halley, after claiming her cash prize at Caribbean Lottery’s office, said, “The numbers came to me in a dream.”
Halley added that she was “excited and nervous” at the same time about her victory after playing the game daily for three years. She previously won $12,000 in another Pick 4 game.
“I picked this game because it is easy to win. This win will allow me to do so many wonderful things,” she said.
Halley made it known that she is also a dedicated player of Super Lotto. Her advice to other players is, “Keep on playing. You never know when your time will come.”
Country Manager for The Caribbean Lottery in St Maarten, Paula Williams, said: “We are thrilled to hand over the cash prize of $130,000 to Ms. Tricia Halley. It’s a pleasure for us to know that she is a regular player of the Caribbean Lottery games and has been able to win a substantial amount from our Pick 4 game. Our players have the chance to win from a myriad of games including: Super Lotto, Lucky Pick, Pick 3 and a variety of Instant Scratch Games. We are certainly looking forward to our next big winner!”
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